Hyderabad is one of the most affordable metropolitan cities in India. It is ideal for casual visitors and people from any strata of society can stay and survive here comfortably. It is the home for many historical forts, tombs, monuments as well as beautiful parks and museums.
Hyderabad offers plenty of sightseeing options and also memorable experiences at practically of low cost. Apart from the most famous places like Charminar, Golconda Fort, and Salar Jung Museum, Hyderabad has some very interesting tourist spots which are less famous but worth visiting.
Sudha Cars Museum is the first and only handmade Wacky Car museum in the World. It is the brainchild of Mr. K. Sudhakar, a Guinness World Record Holder, who since childhood has a passion for automobiles.
Sudha car museum which is a lesser known tourist spot in Hyderabad is located in Bahadur Pura, near Nehru Zoological Park.
This museum houses a desirable collection of mini bikes, cycles, buses and cars in all possible shapes and sizes.
There are three galleries in the museum where first and second gallery consists of all replica cars, motorbikes, cycles, buses and mini bikes that one would normally see on road. The third gallery has a collection of whacky designs.
This is a unique restaurant situated in Inorbit Mall, Hitech city where guests are treated to a four-course meal but in complete darkness. It’s dining experience emphasis on savoring food through the sense of touch, taste, and smell.
One has to eat the entire meal in pitch dark, where it is served course by course and asked to guess what we are eating. The staff will guide you through the meal and help you if need any.
Many people say the experience of enjoying a meal in completed darkness is a unique experience. The experience also highlights our other senses...sense of smell and taste.
Every day a surprise menu awaits you. Expect to be served courteously by well-trained dining guides who serve you from the selection of local and global cuisine.